So what does working with Jonah’s retained primitive reflexes have to do with his eyes? Nothing! But it has everything to do with him responding effectively to his vision therapy that requires vision and motor responses. Persistent “retained” primitive reflexes result in reflexive movements that interfere with a child’s progress in vision therapy visual-motor activities.
Scarf juggling - A Wow Vision Therapy activity that facilitates the development of peripheral visual awareness. This technique incorporates vestibular integration, proprioception, visual motor integration and visual tracking and... it's fun!